American-made online marketplace launches in the US

By Lauren Fruncillo December 2, 2020 - 11:20 am

Sell&Buy USA, A new online marketplace selling American-made products has launched in the US to support American businesses and the US economy. The marketplace aims to aid the current imbalance in the US economy by giving ecommerce a push.

“Due to COVID-19, the supply chain had been seriously damaging to America. It’s more important than ever to have a robust e-commerce platform to rebuild our economy. This is Sell&Buy USA’s mission!”
– Kiché Rubalcava, co-Founder, Sell&Buy USA

Sell&Buy USA wants to shift the American consumer’s desire to buy foreign product counterparts and instead opt for buying locally made and high quality products from a marketplace that will support businesses and manufacturers in the country.

“People have a misconception that American-made products are too expensive, so they tend to buy poor quality items made in China based on low prices, Often, they break after a few uses and can be harmful to people. Eventually, shoppers have to replace them and end up spending more money. Products manufactured in the USA are affordable, better quality, respect environmental policies, and most importantly, they support the local economy.”
– Mariam Bulin-Diarra, co-Founder and head of operations, Sell&Buy USA

Consumers will be able to find a vast range of items, including home items, wellness products, and groceries. Sellers will benefit from Etsy integration and future planned partnerships which could include platforms such as Amazon, Wayfair, and Hello Fresh that will help them distribute their products to a wide audience.

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